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October 1st
Brie Larson

October 2nd
Dia Frampton

October 3rd
Gwen Stefani
Kevin Richardson - Backstreet Boys

October 6th
Rio Mangini - Bella and the Bulldogs
Roshon Fegan

October 7th
Ayla Kell
Kira Kosarin - The Thundermans
Simon Cowell

October 8th
Bella Thorne
Bruno Mars

October 9th
Scotty McCreery

October 10th
Aimee Teegarden

October 12th
Josh Hutcherson
Raymond Ochoa

October 14th
Rowan Blanchard - Girl Meets World
Savannah Outen

October 15th
Bailee Madison
Billy Unger - Lab Rats
Vincent Martella - Phineas & Ferb

October 18th
Zac Efron

October 22nd
Jon Foreman - Switchfoot
Zac Hanson - Hanson

October 23rd
Taylor Spreitler

October 25th
Katy Perry
Savannah Jayde

October 28th
Troian Bellisario - Pretty Little Liars

October 31st
Vanessa Marano - Switched at Birth


Francia Raisa on Fear, Finding Dory cracks $1 Billion Worldwide, Olivia Holt at T.J. Martell’s Los Angeles Family Day, Laura Marano video cracks 10 million views, Amanda Leighton at New York Comic Con, The Girl on the Train wins box office, Lora Lee Gayer wears Randi Rahm Jill, Joe Jonas and Rachel Platten to announce AMA nominees

October 10th, 2016

Quote of the Day:

Fear exposes the limits of our present capacity––but not our potential capacity. When you come face to face with fear, do you know what you are looking at? You are looking at the very next place where God is preparing to build your trust.

Francia Raisa

Pixar’s Finding Dory has earned over $1 billion worldwide. This makes it the fifth highest grossing animated film of all time. Read more at Variety.com.

Here’s a look at Olivia Holt performing yesterday at T.J. Martell’s Los Angeles Family Day.

Did you expect this? Laura Marano’s music video for the Miraculous: Tales of Ladybuy and Cat Noir theme song cracks 10 million views on YouTube.

Amanda Leighton (Blossom) and the voice cast of The Powerpuff Girls pose for a picture before the panel at New York Comic Con.

This weekend, The Girl on the Train brought in approximately 24.6 million, making it the #1 film. Here’s a list of the Top 10 (October 7-9) according to Box Office Mojo.

1. The Girl on the Train
2. Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children
3. Deepwater Horizon
4. The Magnificent Seven
5. Storks
6. The Birth of a Nation
7. Middle School: The Worst years of My Life
8. Sully
9. Masterminds
10. Queen of Katwe

Lora Lee Gayer wore the Randi Rahm Jill cocktail dress to the opening night of the Broadway play, Holiday Inn in New York City! The star of the Irving Berlin production was joined by her costars, Megan Sikora and Megan Lawrence who were also decked out in Randi Rahm.

This morning, Joe Jonas and Rachel Platten will be guests on Good Morning America to announced nominees for the American Music Awards.

6pm CST – The Swap (Disney Channel)
A rhythmic gymnast and a hockey player mysteriously swap bodies and must figure out how to get back in their own skin before the exchange becomes permanent.

7pm CST – Dancing with the Stars (ABC)
The fifth week of performances feature songs representing memorable years in the celebrities’ lives. Also: André Rieu performs with a 60-piece orchestra.

7pm CST – The Voice: The Battles Premiere (NBC)
The battle round kicks off. Here, team members face off in dueling duets. The advisers are Joan Jett, Sammy Hagar, Bette Midler and Charlie Puth.

7pm CST – A Walk To Remember (Pop)
A romance blossoms between a popular high-school senior and a quiet preacher’s daughter.

7:31pm CST – Kevin Can Wait: Kevin and Donna’s Book Club (CBS)
Kevin tries to spice up his time with his buddies after he sees how much fun Donna and her friends have at their book club meetings.

Colbie Caillat
John Anson Ford
Los Angeles, CA

Fifth Harmony
Motorpoint Arena Nottingham
Nottingham, UK

Ingrid Michaelson and AJR
Riviera Theatre
Chicago, IL

The Standoff starring Olivia Holt available now at iTunes, The Band Perry to perform at NASCAR Sprint Cup Championship, Christina Grimmie in the Matchbreaker, The BFT coming to home video, Joe Jonas wears Bravado X Lucky, Party on the Pier

September 24th, 2016

The teen comedy, The Standoff, starring Olivia Holt, Ryan Mccartan, Audrey Whitby and Alex Wolff is now available on iTunes and other major VOD platforms and will release to DVD in November.

Mainstream Top 40 – MediaBase 24/7

2. The Chainsmokers – Closer f/Halsey
3. Shawn Mendes – Treat You Better
4. Adele – Send My Love
7. Ariana Grande – Into You
14. Days – Sit Still, Look Pretty
16. Justin Timberlake – Can’t Stop The Feeling
19. Hailee Steinfeld – Starving f/Zedd
28. Meghan Trainor – Better f/Yo Gotti
36. Nick Jonas – Bacon f/Ty Dolla $ign
40. Ellie Goulding – Still Falling For You

Just announced! The Band Perry – will make a special live performance prior to this year’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship race. The Band Perry will be featured in Homestead-Miami Speedway’s pre-race show, which airs on Countdown to Green on NBC that Sunday. The Ford EcoBoost 400 championship race.

There’s still one more untold chapter. Yesterday, Vetter Brothers Filmworks released a new trailer for The Match Breaker starring the late Christina Grimmie.

The BFG comes to Digital HD, Blu-ray, DVD, Disney Movies Anywhere and On-Demand December 6th. This magical tale of an extraordinary friendship loaded with exciting extras will brighten the holidays for the whole family! Check out a bonus feature clip featuring Roald Dahl’s daughter, Lucy Dahl, talking about dreams.

Joe Jonas wore Bravado X Lucky Brand yesterday! The singer rocked his GNR Bullet T-Shirt during an Access Hollywood interview with Demi Lovato.

Tomorrow, Mattel presents the 17th Annual Party On The Pier benefitting Mattel Children’s Hospital UCLA. For more information, click here.

7am CST – Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (TNT)
Flamboyant seafarer Jack Sparrow is lured onto Blackbeard’s ship by an enigmatic siren and forced to seek out the Fountain of Youth. With shambling zombies on deck and gorgeous mermaids beckoning sailors into the icy waters below, Sparrow has his work cut out for him.

8:30am CST – The Sorcerer’s Apprentice (Freeform)
Elite sorcerer Balthazar Blake recruits a seemingly average young man to train as his apprentice after he realizes he can no longer defend Manhattan from his archnemesis without help.

9:48am CST – Stars Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace (TNT)
This exciting sci-fi epic depicts the early years of Anakin Skywalker, the boy who would grow up to become Darth Vader, and his mentors, Qui-Gon Jinn and Obi-Wan Kenobi.

12:45pm CST – Prince of Persia: The Sands Of Time (Freeform)
Sixth-century Persian prince Dastan and feisty princess Tamina team up to prevent a nefarious nobleman from obtaining the Sands of Time, an artifact which possesses the power to reverse time and would allow him to enslave humanity.

12:48pm CST – Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (TNT)
In the second prequel to the original Star Wars trilogy, Obi-Wan Kenobi trains Anakin Skywalker to be a Jedi, but finds his protege to be impatient, arrogant, and headstrong — causing his mentor a great deal of concern. Together the duo are tasked with protecting Senator Amidala, who has become the target of assassination attempts.

2:05pm CST – The Proposal (MTV)
A tough, demanding businesswoman discovers that she’s about to be deported back to Canada, forcing her to rush into a marriage of convenience with her young assistant in order to stay in the U.S. But the ruse becomes even more complicated when the two must visit his family in Alaska while posing as a couple.

3pm CST – Confessions Of A Shopaholic (E!)
A compulsive shopper drowning in debt manages to snag a job as an advice columnist for a financial magazine.

3:44pm CST – Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (TNT)
George Lucas’s entertaining, gratifying end to his prequel trilogy charts the fall of the Republic and the transformation of Anakin Skywalker (Hayden Christensen) into Darth Vader. Ewan McGregor, Samuel L. Jackson.

6:15pm CST – The Hunger Games (Freeform)
After her younger sister is chosen to take part, 16-year-old Katniss Everdeen volunteers to compete in her place in a cruel televised tournament in which 24 teenagers from a postapocalyptic society fight to the death for the entertainment of the masses in a competition known as the “Hunger Games,” which are broadcast across the nation as entertainment, and to reinforce the government’s total power.

7pm CST – Henry Danger: Love Muffin (Nickelodeon)
Captain Man has wedding plans, which surprises Henry and Charlotte. However, after the kids investigate, they uncover something surprising about the situation.

7pm CST – Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back (TNT)
The Force is with Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) and the Rebel Alliance in their continuing star wars with Darth Vader. Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, Alec Guinness, Billy Dee Williams. C-3PO: Anthony Daniels. Chewbacca: Peter Mayhew. Voice of Yoda: Frank Oz. Darth Vader: David Prowse. Voice of Darth Vader: James Earl Jones. Directed by Irvin Kershner.

7:30pm CST – Game Shakers: Secret Level (Nickelodeon)
Fans erupt in anger to false info about a game, and it’s all Hudson’s fault. Meanwhile, Babe uses a secret level in a game to score a date with Mason Kendal.

8pm CST – School of Rock: Wouldn’t It Be Nice? (Nickelodeon)
The kids switch lockers and it leads to chaos.

Meghan Trainor and Hailee Steinfeld
Blue Hills Bank Pavilion
Boston, MA

Jamie Grace makes a name prediction, Joe Jonas says the Brothers could easily happen, ABC Family continues to promote Shadowhunters

November 29th, 2015

Quote of the Day:

“If Anne Hathaway names her kid Mia… 😱😱😱😱😱🙌🏾🙌🏾🙌🏾🙌🏾🙌🏾🙌🏾😭😭😭😭”

Jamie Grace

Earlier this week, Joe Jonas suggested that in the future we will probably seeing more of the Jonas Brothers by saying “And who knows — years from now, we could be like, ’All right, let’s make a record.’ It could easily happen.” Told you so! Read more at MTV.com.

ABC Family continues to heavily promote the upcoming premiere of Shadowhunters. Here’s an advertisement from the Dec/Jan issue of Seventeen.

10am CST – Jingle All The Way (Disney Channel)
Frenetic holiday fare about an absentminded father (Arnold Schwarzenegger) who frantically tries to find a popular toy on Christmas Eve.

10:30am – Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (ABC Family)
Five children from around the world win golden tickets to tour the mysterious candy factory, where they meet the manufacturer and learn life lessons about honesty, punishment and reward.

12:30pm CST – Jack Frost (ABC Family)
Holiday fantasy about a musician (Michael Keaton) whose spirit is resurrected in his son’s snowman after he’s killed in an accident.

2pm CST – Pandora Unforgettable Holiday Moments on Ice (ABC)
Celebrity ice skaters perform to holiday songs, as well as to music by Train. Participants include Meryl Davis and Charlie White; Brian Boitano; Todd Eldredge; Kimmie Meissner; Surya Bonaly; Alissa Czisny; Ryan Bradley; and Caydee Denney and John Coughlin. Kristi Yamaguchi and Michael Weiss are the hosts.

2:30pm CST – Prancer (ABC Family)
An 8-year-old (Rebecca Harrell) believes that an injured reindeer found in a Midwest forest is part of Santa’s team.

2:48pm CST – Footloose (VH1)
An urban teen moves to a rural Midwestern town where dancing is outlawed and fights to stage a high-school prom complete with dancing. He also falls for a local girl whose minister dad is behind the dancing boycott.

3:50pm CST – Tangled (Disney Channel)
Charming bandit Flynn Rider meets his match in Rapunzel, a long-haired beauty who longs to escape the tower where she has been held captive for most of her life. The unlikely pair soon find themselves in the midst of a truly hair-raising adventure.

4:30pm CST – The Incredibles (ABC Family)
The adventures of a superhero crimefighter and his family, who return to adventuring after spending years living “normal” lives.

5:30pm CST – Descendants (Disney Channel)
The trouble-making offspring of villainous Disney characters get a chance at redemption when they are freed from the forbidden Isle of the Lost and allowed to attend a prep school for the first time alongside of the teen descendants of Fairy Godmother, Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, and Mulan.

6pm CST – The 2015 Nickelodeon HALO Awards (Nickelodeon)
Nick Cannon hosts the seventh annual celebration honoring teens who take leadership roles in their communities. Performers include Fifth Harmony, Walk the Moon, Tori Kelly, Flo Rida and DNCE. Also: Justin Bieber receives a HALO Hall of Fame Award.

7pm CST – Journey 2: The Mysterious Island (Nickelodeon)
Sean Anderson and his stepfather Hank travel to a lost island with strange creatures and untold treasures after receiving a cryptic distress signal. Along with a helicopter pilot and his daughter, they race to rescue the sole inhabitant as a massive tidal wave threatens to destroy the island.

7pm CST – Once Upon a Time: Broken Heart (ABC)

7pm CST – Wreck-It Ralph (ABC Family)
A video-game villain attempts to change his image by participating in a first-person-shooter game, but in the process, he wreaks havoc in his virtual universe by freeing an evildoer who can only be defeated with the help of an unlikely ally.

7:40pm CST – Tangled (Disney Channel)
Charming bandit Flynn Rider meets his match in Rapunzel, a long-haired beauty who longs to escape the tower where she has been held captive for most of her life. The unlikely pair soon find themselves in the midst of a truly hair-raising adventure.

Carly Rae Jepsen
State Farm Arena
Hidalgo, TX

Walk The Moon
Koln, Germany

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